December 2017 Events

Resident Diversity Committee Applicant Reception

Social Kitchen & Brewery, 1326 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA + Add to calendar

Multi Modality Conference

Multi-Modality Presentation: TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Trihospital Conference - Budak
Reviewers: Melcher, Chin-Hong
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N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Updates in the Fast-Moving Field of HIV for World AIDS Day Monica Gandhi Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

The Care of Vulnerable Patients: Partnering to Achieve Health Equity

Violence as a Health Care Issue: Trauma Informed Care with Leigh Kimberg, MD Medical research over the last two decades has clearly documented that people of lower socioeconomic status and from minority racial and ethnic backgrounds have worse health, worse access to medical care and often receive a lower standard of health care. The poorer health and inferior healthcare received by the underprivileged are pointedly referred to as inequities in health and health care. With this perspective, a person and a community’s health -- and the healthcare they receive -- are measures of social justice.rnSan Francisco, long a champion of social change, is leading the charge to improve the health of people who are socially disadvantaged. Through research and innovations in practice, policy and education, faculty at UCSF and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (arguably our nation's premier public hospital) are at the head of a movement to ensure that medical care mitigates, not perpetuates, societal injustices. Our course presents an approach to medical care that integrates medical research with a social justice perspective to tackle some of the most critical issues that complicate the care of underserved patients and to re-inspire and re-instill meaning and purpose to the helping professions.rnrn 513 Parnassus Avenue, Room N-217 + Add to calendar

Clinical Research In Progress/Clinical Case Conference

Sara Haro, Will Bernal N729 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

RA trials Jonathan Graf N729 + Add to calendar

Cardiology - Pathology

Conotruncal malformations 1 (TOF, DORV, common arterial trunk) M-55 + Add to calendar

ID Core Curriculum

Monika Roy: Atypical Bacteria: Nocardia and Friends
David Sears: HIV Primary Care
Jawetz Library (4th floor HSE) + Add to calendar

Resident Diversity Committee Applicant Reception

Social Kitchen & Brewery, 1326 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds

Behavior Change & Digital Health Speaker: Kirsten Aschbacher, PhD HSW 302 + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

GI/IBD Cases - Michael Kattah, MD, PhD S-214 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Carolyn Seib VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Katherine Grieco, DO, Chief of Addiction Medicine, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston, MA; Clinical Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine

Dangerous Fantasy or Rising Star? Review of Naltrexone for Opiate, Alcohol and Stimulant Use Disorders CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

A randomized trial in the EP lab grant proposal using PCORI funding- feedback wanted! Speaker(s): Dr. Greg Marcus MUE-420 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Unlocking autoimmunity through Mendelian syndromes Mark Anderson, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Medicine, UCSF

Robert B. Friend and Michelle M. Friend Endowed Chair in Diabetes

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR17stream

*Understand key pathways that control immune tolerance

*Identification of rare clinical syndromes that can be informative
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Mark Anderson, MD, PhD Unlocking autoimmunity through Mendelian syndromes HSW 300 + Add to calendar

CANCELLED Cath Lab Conference

Interesting Cases/Valve Conference (in lieu of Cath lab Conference) M-1179 + Add to calendar

PRISM Health Symposium

Promoting Research in Social Media and Health Social media and health research may be broadly defined as research that utilizes social media data, platforms, or networks to inform public health promotion or prevention initiatives. As the only scientific meeting focused exclusively on social media and health research, the Promoting Research in Social Media and Health Symposium (PRISM Health Symposium) is an exciting gathering of experts in this cutting-edge field. The goal of this meeting is to provide an opportunity for collaboration among experts from multidisciplinary backgrounds - data scientists, engineers, linguists, behaviorists, medical experts, and more - engaged in this budding field. By harnessing the uniquely interdisciplinary nature of this work, we can advance it together through new collaborations. Participants from across academic and industry domains are encouraged to attend the 2017 PRISM Health Symposium, which will focus on ethics, dissemination, and opportunities for collaboration. This symposium is not an overview or introduction. The goal is for all of us to learn some specific methods in greater depth and talk with each other in enough detail to forge new collaborations. Mission Bay

Resident Diversity Committee Applicant Reception

Social Kitchen & Brewery, 1326 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Case Conference - Kerkhoff
Reviewers: Noble, Lampiris
N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Doctor, how much will this cost me? Peggy Bui Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

The Care of Vulnerable Patients: Partnering to Achieve Health Equity

Overcoming Barriers of Language and Immigration Status with Alicia Fernandez, MD, Margaret Wheeler, MD & Dean Schillinger, MD Medical research over the last two decades has clearly documented that people of lower socioeconomic status and from minority racial and ethnic backgrounds have worse health, worse access to medical care and often receive a lower standard of health care. The poorer health and inferior healthcare received by the underprivileged are pointedly referred to as inequities in health and health care. With this perspective, a person and a community’s health -- and the healthcare they receive -- are measures of social justice.rnSan Francisco, long a champion of social change, is leading the charge to improve the health of people who are socially disadvantaged. Through research and innovations in practice, policy and education, faculty at UCSF and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (arguably our nation's premier public hospital) are at the head of a movement to ensure that medical care mitigates, not perpetuates, societal injustices. Our course presents an approach to medical care that integrates medical research with a social justice perspective to tackle some of the most critical issues that complicate the care of underserved patients and to re-inspire and re-instill meaning and purpose to the helping professions.rnrn 513 Parnassus Avenue, Room N-217 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

Lupus II & III Maria Dall'Era S869 + Add to calendar

Echo Didactics

Presentation: Roland Wu M-1179 + Add to calendar

Resident Diversity Committee Applicant Reception

Social Kitchen (1326 9th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94122) + Add to calendar

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

Jessica Zitter, MD HSW 303 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds

Ventricular Arrhythmias and Sudden Death in Nonischemic Heart Disease Speaker: William Stevenson, MD HSW 302 + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

Liver Program (Bilal Hameed, MD and Marion Peters, MD)

8-9 am

Nadav Ahituv, PhD

9-10 am
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Judy Hahn, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases & Global Medicine, UCSF/ZSFG

Alcohol Use and HIV: Intersection, Identification and Intervention CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Postmortem PPM/ICD interrogations in POST SCD study Speaker(s): Dr. Rajabali, Dr. Tseng MUE-420 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Approaches to Hypermidichlorianemia and Undiagnosed Diseases Matthew Wheeler, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford University

Medical Director of the Center for Undiagnosed Diseases

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR17stream

*Give examples of the use of exome and genome sequencing in the diagnostic work up

*Recognize patients with undiagnosed diseases and approaches to evaluation

*Describe an approach to defining diagnostic certainty

Dr. Matthew Wheeler is Clinical Assistant Professor and Medical Director of the Center for Undiagnosed Diseases at Stanford University in Stanford, California. An expert in cardiovascular genetics, he has clinical interest in advanced heart failure and inherited cardiomyopathies. His background includes research in myocardial and skeletal muscle biology as well as molecular genetics and genomics. He has extensive translational science experience, participating in ongoing clinical trials for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, dilated cardiomyopathy, cardiac amyloidosis, and mechanical circulatory support. In genetics and genomics, he has led analysis of whole genome and whole exome sequencing focusing on identifying clinically actionable rare and novel variants, first from whole genome sequencing of a single patient and now in cohorts of inherited cardiomyopathy and undiagnosed disease patients. He is the Adult Medical Director of Stanford’s NIH-funded Center for Undiagnosed Diseases and a core member of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. He teaches physician and genetic counselor trainees on genomic medicine and approach to undiagnosed diseases. In addition to his work in genetics and genomics of disease, he is a member of the Bioinformatics Core of the Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity Consortium, whose goal is to create a multiomic map of the response to physical activity, and co-PI on the Exercise at the Limit – Inherited Traits of Endurance, a project whose goal is to identify the genetic contributors to human performance.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Incubator: ARCHES "The Acute-to-Recovery Care for Hospitalized Elders Study"

| Ryan Greysen, Andy Auerbach, James Harrison M989 + Add to calendar

CANCELLED: Cath Lab Conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Drs. Lynn Flint, Daniel David and Alex Smith UCSF Laurel Heights 4th Floor, Room 474, 3333 California St, San Francisco, CA 94118 + Add to calendar

DHM Grand Rounds

Common Surgical Consult Questions M1296 + Add to calendar

Resident Diversity Committee Applicant Reception

Social Kitchen & Brewery, 1326 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Case Conference – Puryear
Reviewer: Doernberg
N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Eradicating HCV Kelley Eagen Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

Intro to Immunology David Daikh VAMC 540 + Add to calendar

NO GI Grand Rounds - HOLIDAY

ACHD Conference

ACHD presentation: TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

ID Core Curriculum

Jennifer Babik: Respiratory Viruses
Jennifer Babik: Life in ID Fellowship
Jawetz Library (4th floor HSE) + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds

Use of Echocardiography in Structural Heart Disease Interventions Speaker: Kirsten Tolstrup, MD HSW 302 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Mark Harrington, Executive Director, Treatment Action Group (TAG)

30 Years of AIDS activism, where it came from, what we did, and what we will need to do now. CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Endo/epi mapping of AF - implications for Arrhythmia Mechanisms Speaker(s): Dr. Tomos Walters, Dr. Ed Gerstenfeld MUE-420 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

NO CONFERENCE - HAPPY HOLIDAY TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY! M-1179 + Add to calendar

*No ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

NO GI Grand Rounds - HOLIDAY

Cath Lab Conference

NO CONFERENCE - HAPPY NEW YEAR! M-1179 + Add to calendar